Unisun hooks to grid 11.75-MW Dutch N-Bifacial solar park

The Zonnepark Rilland solar power plant in the Netherlands. Source: Jolywood (Taizhou) Solar Technology Co. Ltd.

January 18 (Renewables Now) - The Rotterdam-based subsidiary of China’s Unisun Energy Group has completed a 11.75-MW solar project in the Netherlands.

The so-called Zonnepark Rilland project has achieved grid connection and, according to Jolywood (Taizhou) Solar Technology Co Ltd, is now the first in Europe to use N-type bifacial solar modules supplied by the company. The facility was built next to a 15-MW wind park in close cooperation with the local landowner.

Jolywood said in a statement that it will continue to work with Unisun to realise a total of 200 MW of solar projects in Europe this and next year. They will proceed with a 23-MW scheme that is also located in the Netherlands but is comprised of a 16-MW utility-scale plant along the runway of Rotterdam Airport and a 7-MW carport.

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